Governance of Hospitals in Canada: A Survey of Business Leaders Who Serve as Hospital Trustees

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The Caldwell Partners Amrop International, in the course of conducting executive search, are often in contact with business executives across Canada, many of whom serve as hospital trustees. Because of the concerns being expressed informally by these trustees, it was decided to conduct a formal survey The University of Toronto's Department of Health Administration was involved in designing the survey instrument and tabulating the results. The survey's findings cover many governance issues, such as board size, composition, terms, representation, roles, mergers, evaluation, quality of care, research institutes, fiscal issues and government relations. © 1993, Canadian College of Health Service Executives. All rights reserved.

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Brunelle, F. W. H. (1993). Governance of Hospitals in Canada: A Survey of Business Leaders Who Serve as Hospital Trustees. Healthcare Management Forum, 6(2), 5–8. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0840-4704(10)61084-8

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